Think this engine will fit ???

Welcome to RCTalk

Come join other RC enthusiasts! You'll be able to discuss, share and private message with other members of our community.

TINY_MAXX

RCNT Addict
Messages
949
Reaction score
0
Location
Canada
RC Driving Style
  1. Bashing
21BBengine.jpg
do you think it will fit in the t-maxx ????
 

El Pirata

RCNT VIP
Messages
7,237
Reaction score
2
Location
2nd Star to the Right
RC Driving Style
  1. Bashing
They make 2 styles of conversions, extended chassis or one that raises the engine. The extended chassis is the best overall.
 

phiber

RCNT Basher
Messages
69
Reaction score
0
RC Driving Style
i heard that when you raise the engine....your raising the center of gravity...so the truck will be top heavy and will roll over alot and overall control will be affected greatly
 

phiber

RCNT Basher
Messages
69
Reaction score
0
RC Driving Style
Originally posted by El Pirata
This is why I said the extended chassis was the preferred method.
i only explained why you said that cuz matts asked
 

Car God

RCNT Qualifier
Messages
128
Reaction score
0
RC Driving Style
You know what if you have a drill and patients anything is possible. You will just have to make sure the clutch bell is right. :bandit:
 

Candyman

'Cuse is in the house!
Supporter
Messages
6,867
Reaction score
31
Location
Syracuse, NY
RC Driving Style
BTW, that's the engine from the Savage if I'm not mistaken....
 

TINY_MAXX

RCNT Addict
Messages
949
Reaction score
0
Location
Canada
RC Driving Style
  1. Bashing
Ya it is from the savage but it is a nice engine !!
 

Mayhem

Hardcore RCNT User
Messages
2,868
Reaction score
0
RC Driving Style
  1. Bashing
If you look you would have seen that it says .21 right on the engine, and we all no you need a kit for that right....
 
Top